Halloween – the third busiest night of the year after New Year’s Eve and Saturdays – rarely disappoints with an almost endless list of top parties, with DJs and events splattered all over the capital. The only thing scarier than not knowing witch(!) party to go to, is picking the wrong spot, so we’ve put together a Halloween guide to calm your nerves. Just maybe avoid the Night Tube this weekend.
As this year’s festival season begins, Shindig Weekender is set to take place from Friday 27th to Saturday 29th May in a secret location near Bath.
Artists performing at the event include Dub Pistols, Andrew Weatherall, Stanton Warriors, DJ Yoda, Terry Farley, Beardyman, LTJ Bukem and Marshall Jefferson, as well as DJ Mag’s editor Carl Loben.
If you don’t already have a ticket to the Shindig Weekender, we’re giving you the chance to go for free as we have a pair for the festival to give away!
The Shindig Weekender is back for its third run — the music and dance festival based in a secret location near Bath over the three days of the May Bank Holiday weekend.
Live music will go on all day and night, with a line-up so far that includes Beardyman, Dub Pistols, Andrew Weatherall, LTJ Bukem and The Cuban Brothers.
A new exhibition of images of respected UK DJ and producer, Andrew Weatherall, is set to open in France in September.
Running 24th to 30th of September, Andrew Weatherall By Marina will feature shots produced by avid fan and professional photographer Marina Sellimoutou, who follows DJs, producers and rock bands across Europe capturing them in action.
Running 5th - 7th June at Umberslade Estate, Warwickshire, the Lunar Festival is set to return for a second magical year this summer.
Andrew Weatherall, Psychemagik and experimental electronic outfit, Higher Intelligence Agency are tipped to play, plus live music from Tinariwen, Wilko Johnson, Sun Ra Arkestra and The Fall.
“Those were good days in Edinburgh, in 1990,” says author and screenwriter Trevor Miller, who wrote the acid house culture’s first novel, published in 1989 by Avernus Creative Media. “It was me, DJ Harvey, Sean McClusky, Choci, Graeme Park and hundreds of tabs of acid.”
One of the most respected tastemakers in dance music, Andrew Weatherall has the second edition of 'The Andrew Weatherall Festival' happening in France in September.
Techno heavyweight Jeff Mills tops the bill in the second wave of acts announced for this year's Dekmantel Festival in Amsterdam.